News (05 December 2020)

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CMA Coronavirus / COVID-19 Real time update. This article covers issues such as returning to work safely, PPE, sanitation procedures, keeping yourself and your clients safe and much more. The article also describes the symptoms of those who have contracted Coronavirus 2019-nCoV and examines complementary medical and lifestyle medicine ways of treating it, given that there is an absence of any viable vaccine or medicine at the current time

“Be a CMA accredited and Registered Training College – and get the recognition and rewards you deserve for your Professionalism and Teaching Qualifications.” And Help The Complementary Medical Association Stand Up for the Right of your graduates to Practice Successfully

Jayney Goddard, President of The
Complementary Medical Association welcomes

Rachel Dudley

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I am a Cognitive
Behavioural Therapist
(CBT) and practice
Dialectical Behavioural
Therapy (DBT).I became

Sarah Dickens

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Sarah Dickens, Natural
Juice Therapist,
M.C.M.A.Natural Juice
Therapy (NJT) has been
around in some form for

Andrea Vallance

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I specialise in treatments
for Musculoskeletal
Disorders (MSKs) and
natural pain relief for
acute pain, chronic pain

Najia Chaoui

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I am a certified and
insured Alternative and
Holistic Therapist.My
services range
include Counselling and

Simon Taylor

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Hello, I'm Simon.I'm a
Coach, Therapist and
Personal Development
Mentor.I help people
overcome obstacles that

Ellen Picton

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Ellen Picton is a
nutritionist for her own
company

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The Tranquility
Zone

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The Tranquility Zone is
based in Monifieth,
Dundee.  My courses are
run within my treatment
room at this location.I ...

Maison de Lunel

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Maison de Lunel is a
secluded and tranquil
retreat set in magnificent
SW France.Having fallen
in love with the former ...

Rebecca
Lockwood ...

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I teach entrepreneurial
women the art and
science of
Neuro-Linguistic
Programming and how to

Terra Nova
School Of Light

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At Terra Nova School Of
Light we offer a range of
complemtary therapy
courses and spirtual
courses. Also we ...

Urban
Herbology

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Urban Herbology offers
online and blended
learning courses about
urban herb foraging,
crafting, gardening and ...

Angel Wood
Therapies and

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Angel Wood Therapies is
a Holistic/Complementary
Therapy Training provider
offering training courses
to a high ...

Leasa C Lawrence

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Lea is a clinical specialist
in aesthetics,
cosmetology & wellbeing
for non-surgical &
non-invasive solutions ...

Michael Moxon

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My name is Michael
Moxon I am a very busy
mobile back practitioner
working 6/7 days a week.I
am truly dedicated to my

Joseph Baker

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I have had a long interest
in Holistic and
Complementary therapies
since the age of 17, for
over 30 years I have been

Bianca Madison-Vuleta

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Bianca has studied a
variety of natural and
complementary medical
approaches with many of
the world's leading ...

Lifestyle changes may offset cognitive decline
Lifestyle changes may offset cognitive decline

A study of older adults has demonstrated that a change in diet
and an increase in physical activity can reduce the risk of ...

COVID-19 - Becoming part of the solution (Part 10)
COVID-19 - Becoming part of the solution (Part 10)

Easton Hamilton, the Director of CMA Members Reach, has
put together several articles regarding mental health and ...

Can the common cold help protect you from COVID-19?
Can the common cold help protect you from COVID-19?

Seasonal colds are by all accounts no fun, but new research
suggests the colds you've had in the past may provide some ...

Back pain with sciatica more likely to improve with immediate physical therapy
Back pain with sciatica more likely to improve with immediate physical therapy

For people who experience back pain with sciatica, meaning their pain radiates into their leg, it may be worthwhile to start physical therapy right away, according to new research. That approach is different from the initial advice doctors often give patients with back pain, which is to try to remain active and give their symptoms time to subside before considering treatment like physical therapy.

COVID-19 - How to be happy in challenging times (Part 9)

BIZARRE Medical Facts

Nearly half of all U.S. adults say they can’t
live without their smartphones, according to ...
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A BCI is an apparatus that allows an individual to control a
machine or computer directly from their brain. Non-invasive ...

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A world-first study has found that severely overweight people
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